Toyota Salutes Do-Gooders This Summer

*This is a sponsored post for Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good program.

Recently, this site was invited to participate in spreading the word about a Toyota campaign called “100 Cars for Good.”  After reviewing the program and the people involved, we thought it would be something worth sharing because it has the potential to benefit certain non-profits that align with our mission to enhance homes with ecological innovation.

Here’s the idea, as reflected in this video.  A car can be used to do good in the community.  It can be used to deliver meals to hungry families, transport kids or people without wheels, or haul material to build homes for people in need.

Toyota wants to help non-profits that need a vehicle to make a bigger difference in their community by giving away 100 cars over 100 days.  But, here’s the twist. Toyota wants the community to decide which non-profits get wheels (i.e., it could be a Toyota Prius, Tacoma, Tundra, Highlander Hybrid, Sienna, or Sienna Mobility).

Starting May 9, a new set of five organizations will be profiled each day on Facebook.com/Toyota.  Readers can review the 501(c)(3) non-profits and submit one vote each day for their favorite.  Ultimately, what this means is readers get to decide how Toyota spends some of its philanthropic budget.

[+] Visit Toyata’s Facebook page to vote in 100 Cars for Good.

*This is a sponsored post. The company who sponsored it compensated Jetson Green, LLC.  That said, the reason we are writing about this is we think the program is noteworthy and has the potential to benefit our readership.


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  • http://www.robertdebry.com/firm-profile.php Ethan Rehman

    Well, that was very good of Toyota. Cars can be used to make a difference in one’s life. One can list thousands of ways how a car can be used to do good. But as much as it can help us, it can also cause us harm. We have to be responsible when driving to avoid causing harm to others and to ourselves.

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